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I have never met a divorced couple that doesn’t have issues with each other.
If he's unwilling to talk every time you text him — we're talking ghosting here, not fuckboy text delays — he's probably over you. I would not recommend trying to get into contact with him at this point, unless you're willing to take on some tickets or a restraining order. If you guys are still texting everyday like you used to and just "using different labels," he's definitely not over you. If you guys text occasionally, but he is always starting the conversation, he is still into you.
Similarly, if he's told you he's talking to someone else and not to contact him, he's done. If he's blocked you on all social media, blocked your number, or both, he's probably trying to get over you. Especially if he's sending you things that remind him of you, or asking you to hang out. If he responds to your texts but rarely starts a conversation, or if his texts seem short and lack emotional investment, it can be hard to tell what's going on. Are they statuses or photos that make him seem great — like shirtless pictures, updates on personal achievements, or just a general "Wow I am living a life I love! If so, he is probably making a desperate attempt to show you how great he's doing. If he always posted a lot, well first, why the fuck were you dating him?
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With divorce can come anger, bitterness, jealousy, and badmouthing of an ex to friends, family, or the worst, to kids.
To the parent who is the victim of lies or who fears for their life, I want to say a few things. And if God forbid something happens to you, a court of law has a very big first step in convicting your ex.
This falls under the category of parental alienation, when one parent tries to turn the kids against the other parent because of personal hatred. I even had an attorney tell me that “the new thing people are doing” is calling the police and reporting an incident of domestic violence (which is made up) before they even bring up the fact that they want a divorce. I have to believe a vindictive ex will at some point feel intense guilt by the cruel, destructive behavior or the lies they told–either consciously or subconsciously.
So, their ex is already on the defensive from the start of the divorce. Or, they will just have self-hatred, which never leads to anything good for their future.
When someone says, “I want a divorce,” it can cause intense resentment and bitterness that stays with one or both of the people for a long time, sometimes forever.
Hopefully bad feelings fade over time, but that’s not the case with some people.